South Coast Chamber Music Series Presents Benediction

The South Coast Chamber Music Series (SCCMS) presents “Benediction”, a musical banquet to close your Thanksgiving weekend in grand style. A quick, quirky trio by Philip Glass fascinates – then vanishes. Max Bruch’s lyrical Piano Quintet, one of his few chamber works, weaves a delightful spell surprisingly reminiscent of Mendelssohn. In conclusion, Beethoven’s sublime E-flat Major string quartet Op. 127, a work of luminescent beauty and genius, evokes deep gratitude for the twin gifts of life and art.

            On Saturday, November 26, the Chamber Music performance will take place in Marion at St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church (124 Front Street.) On Sunday, November 27, the venue is in South Dartmouth at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church (351 Elm Street.) Both concerts begin at 4:00 pm. Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance at nbsymphony.org/chamber-series-2022-2023/. Please check the website for current COVID-19 safety policies.

            This SCCMS weekend features NBSO principal musicians Jesse Holstein, violin; EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, violin; Anna Griffis, viola; Leo Eguchi, cello; as well as SCCMS Artistic Director Janice Weber, piano.

            The NBSO is a professional orchestra that annually presents a concert series of classical and pops music with internationally acclaimed guest artists, as well as an outstanding chamber music series. In addition, the NBSO’s innovative and nationally recognized educational programs reach 8,000 students each year. The NBSO is dedicated to building a community of music in the South Coast. Visit www.nbsymphony.org today.


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